Vocal Local 3: Salt Edition

One thing I have noticed during my travels throughout highsec space is just how quiet it is, there could be over 100 people in local, and not a single word is uttered between those players. This makes me sad, so I like to encourage discourse where possible.

Sometimes, however, people aren’t too happy to see an MTU Hunter going about his business.

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After popping DiaK Snow’s MTU in an asteroid belt in the system of Sirseshin, he started saying things to me in local.. Russian things. A quick trip to an online translator cleared things up somewhat.

DiaK Snow> Pix Severus here you b**ch , and
DiaK Snow> Pix Severus I’ll zaebis for the tractor, f**king c**ksucker
DiaK Snow> Pix Severus and you c**ksucker , I still find ) ) ) to you all dobrgo ) )

Oh my, it would appear that Mr. Snow was quite upset about the loss of his MTU, I had to try to calm him down.

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Surely that would help?

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Maybe not, but at least we were speaking the same language now.

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It ended quite amicably, then, with Mr. Snow wishing me prosperity, although I do sense a hint of a threat in his parting words to me.

Finding material for this Salt Edition of Vocal Local has been quite difficult, as it seems that most people just do not get upset when I kill their MTUs. Most examples of anger towards me tend to be quite tongue-in-cheek.

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I believe it will be many months before I gain enough material for another Salt Edition of Vocal Local. I barely had enough material for this post, perhaps this is a good thing?

One thing I know for certain is that a little salt can definitely add some spice to this game.

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